Tag: 50.1

Growth

Annie Weibull is a self-taught photographer who studied digital editing at Jönköping University, Sweden. Weibull’s work has been exhibited at four juried exhibitions in Sweden as well as at other...

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Wu Wei no. 2

Lauren Paredes is a storyteller across the mediums with a soft spot for the unusual. Her work has appeared in TRNSFR, Ruminate Magazine’s The Waking, forthcoming in *82 Review, and elsewhere. Her...

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Wu Wei no. 1

Lauren Paredes is a storyteller across the mediums with a soft spot for the unusual. Her work has appeared in TRNSFR, Ruminate Magazine’s The Waking, forthcoming in *82 Review, and elsewhere. Her...

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Complex 1

Haimi Fenichel lives in Israel and works as a multidisciplinary artist with a specialization in sculpture. He has a BFA in ceramics and glass design from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design and is...

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Broadway Junction

Sofia Levina is a Russian-born mixed-media artist who blends idiosyncratic characters and abstract environments to represent internal worlds. For the past five years, Levina has been working in Los...

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Blue City

Harshal Desai is a Canadian fine art photographer tracing life in the silhouettes of neon lights that encompass a city’s outline and the larger identity of the place: of its inhabitants, chipped...

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Andy

Alicja Kozlowska is a textile artist living in Poland. She creates 3D embroidered felt sculptures of everyday objects drawing inspiration from the reality that surrounds us, consumerism and everyday...

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The Long Afternoon

Kate Peper is excited by gardens of all kinds, in whatever state of glory or disrepair, being naturally drawn to the push and pull between extreme dark and light, natural and man-made objects....

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Conscience Round

Brendan Egan The pharmaceutical cocktail necessary for lethal injection being unavailable, the State had determined, pursuant to sentencing matrices, XXXXXXXXXXX should be executed by a firing squad...

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April 18, five inches of snow

Carolyn Oliver And the world’s the same, lessa few smashed tulips.The melting comes beforethe hyacinths I cut yesterdaybell open.The fleshiness of the flowers!As if they relish the endthe stems...

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